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10 Best Places to visit in Udaipur during Monsoon

August 31, 2019 Aarti Sharma

Planning to visit the Venice of the East Udaipur during Monsoon? Not sure where to visit in Udaipur during monsoon. Don’t worry because Padharo – We travel with you, the best travel guide of Udaipur, are here to provide you with the 10 best places to visit during monsoon.

Monsoon Palace –

The main aim of Maharana Sajjan Singh to create the Monsoon Palace in 1884 which is also acknowledged as Sajjangarh, was to gaze the monsoon clouds closely and relish the enchanting aerial view of the town from the height of 3100 ft. above sea level. It is a grand and palatial hilltop residence in Udaipur City. The palace gives a beautiful view of the sunset.

Panna Boat Museum –

A ship structured museum located on the Goverdhan Sagar Lake which is situated at the outskirts of Udaipur is a well maintained. It earns a lot of attention from the locals as well as tourists. The Panna Boat Museum signifies the sacrifice of Panna Dhai for Mewar. Here you gain knowledge about Panna Dhai as well as a hangout on the well-constructed ship structured museum and enjoy the weather near the scenic lake.

Neemach Mata Temple –

Fateh Sagar has undoubtedly established a significant place in each and every individual’s heart, therefore the Fateh Sagar road and Walkway is usually quite congested during the monsoon season and especially weekends. But if you want to enjoy the alluring lake without any hustling and bustling you must visit the Neemach Mata Temple near the Fateh Sagar Lake and enjoy the complete view in absolute calmness.

Karni Mata –

What is better than embracing the rains along with taking a ropeway ride to the top of a hill with Goddess Karni Mata showering her blessings. A ropeway ride can be taken from the Deendayal Upadhyay Park near Dudh Talai Lake. Whether you’re a fitness freak or not, or wish to explore the valley on foot, you can take the stairs up to the hill from Manikyalal Verma Park near Dudh Talai Lake.

Nehru Garden –

It is primarily an Island Garden located amidst the enchanting Fateh Sagar Lake. The ovular shaped garden is developed across 4.5 acres of land which is provided with several pyramids shaped fountains endorsed with colorful lights.

Tidi Dam –

A large 67 ft. high Dam established at a distance of 34 km from the main city is a hypnotizing location to be toured during monsoon season. In 1976 it was built by Hindustan Zinc Ltd. which is now the main water supply source for Zawar Mines.

Ubeshwarji and Nandeshwarji

Ubeshwarji and Nandeshwarji are two most hotspot picnic spots for the locals of Udaipur, one can take commendations of Lord Ubeshwarji and Nandeshwarji and take a dip in the nearby calm water stream. Both the places are covered amidst the natural beauty with the divine presence of the serenity by the temples.

Chandni Village

It is a popular monsoon picnic spot located around 23kms from the main city center of Udaipur. The landscape with numerous mounts on the top and a water stream gushing through the hilly region, with the village premise.

Kumbhalgarh Fort –

Situated at a distance of 64kms northwest from the Udaipur main city, the Kumbhalgarh fort is a world heritage site which has the second longest wall of the world after ‘The Great Wall of China’. The huge fort is surrounded by 13 mountains and stands high at 1,914 meters from the sea level.

Pipliya Ji –

Pipliya Ji is located at a distance of around 25kms from Udaipur City; the tourists can hire a cab and brief him/her about the location. if you embrace green valleys with clouds covering it, you’ll love this place.

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